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Lillee Jean Valentine’s Day Peachy Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial 2017

Good morning everyone! Not sure if you love bunnies were aware, but last year I TRIED to purchase the Too Faced Sweet Peach pallet, and to my luck, the pallet went out of stock as SOON as I hit the “checkout” button. Luckily this item has made a comeback, 2017, and to my knowledge, it will be semi-permanent, thus you cuties can jump on this wonderful pallet, too! Look for my separate review by the end of the week– as you loves know, I KEEP IT REAL. Aside from this, I used the pallet to create my first Valentine’s Day-inspired look of the season! Peachy tones can often yield not only fun, and girly vibes, but also sensual, and regal tones to your overall persona. I hope you loves enjoy!

Lillee Jean Valentine’s Day Peachy Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial 2017

Lillee Jean Valentine’s Day Peachy Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial 2017

Lillee Jean Valentine’s Day Peachy Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial 2017

Time to complete this tutorial: 23 Minutes (professionals/myself)

27 Minutes (beginners/ intermediate)

Shea Moisture – 100% Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

Jouer Cosmetics – Luminizing Moisture Tint, Pearl

Morphe M439 Deluxe Buffer

Dose Of Colors – Matte Liquid Lipstick, Bare With Me

I find it hysterical how last year I did a tutorial with the Chocolate Bon Bon’s Pallet (launched a few weeks before Valentine’s Day) regarding V-Day makeup, and this year I am doing V-Day makeup with the Sweet Peach Pallet– two different extremes on the spectrum! Besides this, please continue reading, because I will give a tiny review on the specific shadows used for this look as a “preview” to my final thoughts.

Mac Cosmetics – Eye Shadow Pro Pallet Refill Pan(s)

Brun (brows)

Too Faced Cosmetics – Sweet Peach Eyeshadow Pallet

Candid Peach (lids); Summer Yum (all over color); Tempting (lower lash, inner v); White Peach (inner corners, brow bones)

M433 Morphe Brush; Morphe E22 Pointed Blender

Right after filling in my eyebrows with Brun eye shadow by Mac Cosmetics, I quickly moved along to the eye makeup by beginning with two pieces of tape on the sides of my eyes to yield sharper blending cuts! From there, I whipped out my Morphe E22 Pointed Blender Brush, and swirled into Summer Yum, which is my favorite shade from the entire pallet. From the inner corners of my eyes, I dusted Summer Yum out towards the outer thirds of my crease with fluent side to side, and circular sweeps! Don’t fret if this shade isn’t pigmented at first, view it as a WASH of color. For a bit of dimension, I swept excess product across my lower lash lines, then I switched brushes to a Morphe M433 brush, as well as shadows to Tempting one of the darkest colors provided in the pallet. Tempting was taken from the deepest points of my outer thirds, in following across my natural crease line with buffing blends. This shade is highly pigmented, so I do suggest working in light layers! Now onto the star of the show, Candid Peach! This actually reminds me of Mac’s Free to Be shadow quite a bit, without the micro-shimmer. Anyhow, with my ring finger I patted the color across my lids in two builded up packing motions! I noticed this shade was rather sheer, and did take a few layers to get my desired finish. The last shadow I used was White Peach, and as you might of suspected, I took this color onto my brow bones, and towards my inner corners for a brightening effect. White Peach is interesting because it actually has a lovely pearl shift, sorta like Seedy Pearly by Mac, but less purple!


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